Huntwood Cabinets

This link to the Huntwood Website will show
you many room showcases for idea,
product choices in wood species, door styles, finishes and more!

Full Service Kitchen Planning

Along with great pricing on the best cabinets, I offer design services to help you plan your project.

Do It Yourself

You supply the plans, list of cabinets or all the details to receive the best price. No Design Services needed.

Step by Step - lets simplify
the choices in the cabinet design.

First, Making the choice between
Framed Cabinets vs Frameless Cabinets


Framed cabinetry is traditional in American Cabinetry. These cabinets feature a frame - like a picture frame - that stabalizes the cabinet box, along with increasing the design possibilities. Click for the Framed Cabinetry brochure.


With Frameless construction, the face frame is eliminated, maximizing access and storage space. Peak efficiency is achieved by including the industry's largest selection of high tech accessories and convienience cabinets. Click for the Frameless Elements Brochure.


Next, lets look at Door styles, Wood species & Stain colors

Making the design choices.
Following are the links to the Huntwood website to review the options available.

  • Door Styles Over 70 styles to unleash your design freedom. All these styles are available on the Framed & Frameless Lines
    Frameless Door Styles 7 door categories and 35 colors to  choose from
  • Door Overlays for Framed cabinets Compare the design options
    Standard pricing is the Full overlay,
    Flush Inset, Flush Beaded Inset & Framelss are an upgrade.
  • Wood Species 10 wood species that  provide unlimited design flexibility
    Alder, Heartwood, Hickory or Maple are standard.
    Oak and European Beech are less expensive.
    Cherry, Black Walnut, Rift Cut White Oak, are Premium
  • Colors A wide spectrum of contemporary choices
    Standard colors are included.
    Optional colors are an upgrade cost.
  • Special Finishes Enhance doors with  glazed or aged  finishes
    Satin Finish is standard, and Special Finishes are upgrade.


Now, Cabinet construction. The basics

  • Cabinet Box Construction
    Standard is NDure Birch or NDure White Interior - Is a melamine overlay on 1/2" particleboard
    Upgrade: Plywood Maple Natural Interior, is Maple Natural Plywood Veneer
  • Drawer Boxes:
    Standard: 5/8" thick Solid Wood Deovetail Drawer Box with 1/4" captive bottom
    Upgrades: 5/8" Solid wood Dovetail Drawer Box,
  • Drawer Guides:
    Standard: Full Access Runners, Soft Close, Undermount, Steel 75 lb Static Load Capacity
    Upgrade: Full Extension w/ Soft Close 100 lb Capacity
    Upgrade: Full Extension w / Soft Close & Stabilizer Bar 150 lb Capacity


Do It Yourself Cabinet Planning

Just show me a drawing of your kitchen or other project. The diagram is easy. All you need is a tape measure, a pencil or pen and the sinple layout grid to the right. Just be sure you get all the measurements written down. The rough drawing you do of your project space will look like below.

Measuring Your Kitchen Space:

  • Download graph paper to use for drawing your project. Two pieces are to the right.
    First is for the Layout of the room.
    Second is for the drawing of the walls
  • Work on the Layout View First.
    Measure all the walls. Start with the Sink Window Wall first. Start in the corner. Measure (in inches) to the edge of the window trim. Transfer to the Layout paper. Continue to measure to the next corner. Work clockwise, and record all measurement of the room, noting an "breaks" like the doors, offsets, windows, etc.
  • Windows and Doors: Measure from the outside of trim to outside of trim.
  • Note the center line of the plumbing under the sink measurement.
    Note the swing of the door by extending a line from the hinge side.
  • Next download the Walls Grid
  • Work on the sink wall first. Start in the corner. Measure (in inches) the ceiling height. Transfer to the Wall grid paper. Continue to measure to the next corner, noting the windows, sink / plumbing center line and any other details. Use one piece of paper for each wall.
  • Add the details, if you know them, of the cabinets. Where do you want drawers? How many Drawers? Height of the wall cabinets. Locations of appliances: Dish washer, refrigerator, stove.